CJ Cansino Hits Back on Poaching Issues

CJ Cansino Clarifies in the Midst of Poaching Rumors

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CJ Cansino controversy has been toppling the news lately after his exit from the University of Santo Tomas (UST Growling Tigers) and his immediate transfer to play for the UP Fighting Maroons. His sudden exit also elicited investigation due to possible quarantine violations from the IATF guidelines.

CJ Cansino has been keeping his school, only saying he was kicked out of the team but in the middle of all these, poaching issues have hounded the UP Fighting Maroons camp, accusing CJ Cansino and his management to have set up the entire Sorsogon bubble as opportunity for the 20-year-old to sabotage his way out of the Tiger’s lay.

The 20-year old has largely kept his cool while in the middle of a simmering controversy, but couldn’t resist clapping back at one critic on Twitter who called his transfer saga a ‘sham’ and accused UP of using the ‘bubble’ as an excuse for his departure from UST.

Cansino tweeted:

The former UST team captain later added a meme to highlight what his thoughts:

“Bakit parang kasalanan ko pa?’

He then hits back saying, “New story. I love it.”

Now the story’s out in the open, the Philippine Sports Commission, IATF, UAAP and UST has set their investigations regarding the matter.

End of the day, CJ Cansino has already processed his varsity application and is pending approval. As per Naveen Ganglani on Twitter, he clarified that Cansino isn’t enrolled yet.

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